Totally slept through this one. I guess that’s what happens when your event is on the other side of a big ocean.
But, Joy Division beat Moscow Phoenix to win the CPL division of the Campaign Cup. Not much of a surprise, since they were at the top of the rankings coming into the tournament and did well in Boston.
Not sure what else to say, so here are the scores
- Joy Stockholm
- Moscow Phoenix
- London Nexus
- Marsielle Icon
- Budapest Bullets
- Brussels Crossfire
- Birmingham Disruption
- Chilli Peppers Riga
- Orbero Malicious
- 7eme Compaigne
- Xtreme Paintball
If you happen to be at the Campaign Cup at Basildon, England, you can get autographs from the Ironmen. And from Nexus. And to promote they released 2 nearly identical posters. The only difference are the team names and people. Everything else is done exactly the same.
Notice the same font, same positioning, even the same personalities for each person. From left to right: kinda serious, serious, nonchalant, pissed off at the world.
I guess they didn’t want to pay the designer for 2 designs. I’m not sure why they didn’t just put both teams on one flyer, but that might be why I’m not with Dye’s marketing team.
The guys over at One4One.tv have posted all three parts of their coverage of the Toulouse World Cup.
The Toulouse World Cup was the first stop in Millennium Series 2007 occurring April 7th through the 9th in Toulouse, France.
Embedded below is the first part. View the other 2 parts after the jump. High quality versions are available at one4one.tv
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